Disinfo: Slowly, incest is being legalised in Europe


Slowly, incest is being legalised in Europe. Especially in Scandinavia some politicians openly say that incest is a “gender norm”. Like homophobia, incestophobia will also become punishable. In 2011 in Germany, 38 500 children were taken away from their families against their will and handed over to same sex families.


The video was published on Facebook in November 2017. On January 23 in 2018 it had been shared over 8 400 times.

Incest is illegal in all the European countries.// Disinformation about 38 500 children has been spread before in Georgia and debunked by us: euvsdisinfo.eu/report/in-2011-in-germany-38-500-children-were-taken-away/,



  • Reported in: Issue 95
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 18/01/2018
  • Keywords: European values, Europe, Perversion, LGBT


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All three Baltic states are disappearing

All three Baltic states are disappearing due to declining demography, which is much bigger threat to them than Russia is.


No evidence given. In total, the population of Estonia increased by 0.2 percent in 2017. Net migration has been positive in Estonia for three years in a row, Statistics Estonia said.https://news.postimees.ee/4378179/estonian-population-grows-by-3-070-in-2017

Also. positive migration noted in Lithuania in  December 2017 http://www.lrt.lt/naujienos/lietuvoje/4/199722/lietuva-nebenyksta-gruodi-imigravo-daugiau-nei-emigravo

The Baltic countries are driving the EU’s EaP policies with one single aim – to weaken Moscow

The Baltic countries are driving the EU’s Eastern Partnership policies with one single aim – to weaken Moscow


No evidence given. In fact, the Eastern Partnership initiative is not against any country; it is a mutually beneficial and constructive platform for countries in the region to build a closer relationship with the EU, if they so choose. The EU does not demand that any of its partners need to make a choice between the EU or any other countries. We stand for good neighbourly relations. The Eastern Partnership respects the individual aspirations and ambition of each partner country eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/35712/myths-about-eastern-partnership-factsheet_en, .